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Showing Real Passion about the Environment!

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That’s just what RP Siegel has done in this impassioned piece on the Durban climate talks:

“I truly hope that Amory Lovins is right when he says we can do it without the government’s help, because our government has shown itself to be worse than worthless when it comes to making the kind of tough decision that the world is so desperately looking to us to make right now. What we need here, is not equivocation, not compromise, not a balanced blending of opposing views, but clear, definitive, positive action. This problem is bigger than all the quibbling and squabbling, all the tax breaks, all the opinion polls, political favors, campaign contributions and power struggles. This is about the continuation of life on the planet. Hello! Is anybody home? Can we get your attention over here please?” RP Siegel, On Triplepundit.com

See the entire article here. http://www.triplepundit.com/2011/12/durban-climate-talks-whats-stake/

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Photos courtesy of and with thanks to erland howland and european parliament.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/erlandh/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/european_parliament/

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One comment on “Showing Real Passion about the Environment!

  1. Tattoo meaning
    11 December 2011

    Very usefull post ! thank you

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This entry was posted on 7 December 2011 by in Climate Change.

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